MR5MK3, MR6MK3, MR8MK3, MR10MK3 Question: What is the optimal speaker placement? Answer: The HR series monitors were designed to be placed in a vertical position. If placing them horizontally, place them so that the woofers are toward the inside. The monitor should be placed at ear level, approximately 3-6 feet apart in a tri-lateral position with the speakers sweet spot focused at the engineer. Question: Can the MR series monitors be mounted? Answer: The MR series monitors have no mounting points. The speaker is designed to sit on the same desk or near the same desk as the mixing console you are monitoring through. They can be placed on a speaker stand. They should not be wall or ceiling mounted with any hardware that requires connection to the speaker enclosure with screws or nails. Nothing should penetrate the speaker enclosure. Question: Can I leave my MR series monitors on all the time? Answer: Yes, the monitors can be left on, even when not being used. It would be suggested to turn off the monitors when not using them to prolong the life span of the product. Question: The speaker hums when I connect something to its input… Answer: The presence of a 60Hz hum in the speaker only when a connection is made to another piece of equipment suggests the presence of a ground loop. Such a loop is caused by electrical interaction of the signal grounds on two pieces of equipment, and is not necessarily an indication of broken gear. If a balanced connection to the speaker is being used, the simplest way to correct this problem is to lift the signal ground on the end of the connecting cable closest to the signal source. NOTE: This is not to be confused with disconnecting the safety ground on the power plug - this should be avoided at all costs, as it can present a safety hazard. If an unbalanced connection is being made to the speaker, a line coupler such as the Ebtech Hum Eliminator can be used to eliminate the ground loop. Question: Can I connect this to the speaker output of an amplifier? Answer: When setting up your MR speaker, it is very important that you DO NOT connect it to the output of an amplifier. The inputs of the Thump series are made for non-powered outputs such as the main or aux outputs from a mixer. The outputs of an amp will easily damage and potentially cause a fire in just about any powered speaker such as the MR series.
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